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Softball Wins Two Over Albion to Extend Win Streak to 15

Softball Wins Two Over Albion to Extend Win Streak to 15

(ALBION, Mich.) - The Thomas More University softball team extended its win streak to 16 games in a row with two wins over Albion today. The Saints won 10-1 in five innings in game one and 13-2 in five innings in game two. With the wins, the Saints improve to 21-7 overall on the season. 


  • Sydney Turner singled up through the left side, moving Morgan Wells to second and scoring Lindsey Meier.
  • Alix DeDreu tripled to center field, scoring Amanda Lloyd, Turner, and Wells to take a 4-0 lead after the second inning. 
  • Kenzi Dickerson doubled to left field, scoring Mary Beth Odom in the third inning. 
  • Turner doubled to left field, scoring Dickerson
  • Lloyd singled to second base, scoring Dickerson to take a 7-0 lead after three innings. 
  • Odom hit a home run over the left field fence, scoing Andrea Gahan in the process.
  • DeDreu singled to right field, scoring to Whitney Quillen for the final run of the game.

  • DeDreu hit her first triple of the season against the Britons. 
  • DeDreu also led the game with three hits for four RBI's and a double.
  • Turner and Odom each recorded two hits in the game, Turner added two RBI's to the team's total of nine. 
  • On the mound, DeDreu faced 17 batters, allowing only one run and striking out six batters. 
  • The Saints had the 10-2 advantage in hits and a 9-1 advantage in RBI's.


  • Quillen got the Saints on the board first, stealing home to take a 1-0 lead. 
  • Wells singled to left center field, advancing Dickerson to second and scoring Odom and Gahan.
  • Elana Harrison doubled to right field, scoring Wells and Taylor Peterson, who pinch ran for Dickerson.
  • In the third inning, Wells hit a solo home run over the left field fence. 
  • Odom hit a two run home run over the left field fence, scoring DeDreu
  • Lloyd tripled to center field in the fifth inning, scoring Meier
  • Quillen singled to center field to score Lloyd.
  • DeDreu doubeld to right field, scoring Quillen and tying the all-time doubles hit in program history at 52 career doubles. 
  • Gahan doubeld through the left side, scoing Lauren Taylor
  • Odom doubeld to center field, scoring Gahan

  • In the top of the fifth inning, the Saints hit three doubles in a row to seal the win, scoring the final three runs of the game.
  • Harrison hit the team-high three hits, all for doubles and two RBI's, going 3-3 at the plate. 
  • Wells recorded the team-high of three RBI's off of two hits. 
  • DeDreu, Gahan, Odom, Wells, and Lloyd all recorded two hits in the game.
  • Kianah Towe started on the mound, facing 17 batters, allowing four hits, zero runs, and striking out two batters.
  • Hannah Sprague replaced Towe, facing six batters, allowing two runs adn striking out one batter. 
  • The Saints had the 14-7 advantage in hits and 11-2 advantage in RBI's.

  • The Saints take on Alma tomorrow in a double header starting at 1 p.m.